Charming 3 bedroom. 1 bathroom house in La Habra. Newer Dual Paned windows. Upgraded 200 amp electrical box - additional electrical box in garage. Hardwood floors in dining area and underneath carpeting. Ceiling fans in every room. Orange tree in back yard. Wall unit air conditioning. Laundry with utility sink in garage. Long driveway for extra parking - newer cement. 6500 sq ft lot. Asking $250,000.
This beautiful 3 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom townhome has a panoramic view!!! It's located in the prestigious Summit Park with community pool, spa and clubhouse. This clean and move-in condition home was built in 1999 and has 1250 sq ft of living space. In excellent school district !!! Absolutely Gorgeous! A MUST SEE AT A GREAT PRICE.
Remodeled, single level, 3 bedroom, 3 bath home. Remodeled kitchen with granite countertops, newer appliances, custom cabinetry, and ceramic tile flooring. Wood floors throughout. All windows have been replaced. Textured ceilings, recessed lighting. Well-designed, open floor plan. The master suite has been enlarged. Large 7,000 sq ft lot. Centrally located north of Whittier Blvd and East of Hacienda Rd. in the Lowell-Joint School District, close to shopping, restaurants and schools.
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4 Bedroom 2 Bathroom pool home in Great area of La Habra, north of Whittier Blvd. 1662 square feet of living space on a 7313 sq ft lot. City lights view. Corian countertops in kitchen, wood-burning fireplace, newer windows and carpet. This home has it all - sparkling swimming pool, covered patio, city lights view and 4 bedrooms! Ready for you to move right in!
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110 homes sold in Fullerton in June. The sales prices ranged from $99,000 to $1,500,000. Of those sales, 33 were bank repos, and 21 were short sales.
268 homes are currently in escrow in Fullerton. 118 of those are short sales, and 48 are bank repos.
There are 252 homes actively listed for sale. Asking prices range from $79,000 to $3,790,000. 85 of those are short sales, and 13 are bank-owned foreclosures. There's not that many bank repos in Fullerton right now, and many buyers seek them out to try to get a good deal. Due to supply and demand, they usually get multiple offers and sell for more than asking price.
Investors have come out of the woodworks to compete with first-time homebuyers.